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Browse Queue Manager with ActiveX

Browse Queue Manager with ActiveX

Browse Queue Manager with ActiveX

Hello alltogether,

how can I browse all objects (or Queues) of a Queue Manager without knowing their names with ActiveX?

I haven't found any object (collection?!) holding the objects.

Or do you HAVE to know the names and it is impossible with ActiveX?

Thank you!


RE: Browse Queue Manager with ActiveX

Not sure about ActiveX but with VB.Net I issue a PCF command and process the output from this. Of course this doesn't work on a z/OS platform.

I 'assume' ActiveX could do the same sort of thing?

RE: Browse Queue Manager with ActiveX

Hi Kevin! Thx for the hint..
Could you post an example on how you solved it with .NET?

and another question:
With the Connect Method of the MQSession Object I can conenct to a Queue Manager locally. Can I connect to a remote Queue Manager too? I haven't found a parameter for this method to set a conection string...


RE: Browse Queue Manager with ActiveX

The same code that you use to connect locally to a queue manager should be able to run against a client queue manager. You just need to make sure that you set the MQSERVER variable (on Windows) or have a channel table set up...or set the environment variable with the code itself.

What platforms are you using? There is no client support for z/OS without an additional product (MQSeries Client Attach Facility)

The PCF code I use is probably too large to post here, however, if you garab a look at the manual called "Using .Net" (Google search for GC34-6328). That is a pretty good book. Ther eis a generic MQ manual too called "Programmable System Management" (SC33-1428) that you may find useful.

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